Main Street Children’s Center is a full time, Christian based child development program. Our purpose is to minister to families in our community by providing a safe and nurturing environment where children can learn about God’s love through teaching and example. We desire to see your child grow as Jesus grew and “Jesus increased in wisdom, & stature, and favor with God and man.” ( Luke 2:52)
We do not provide an online application form. You must come to the office to get an application for your child.
Schedule and Fees:
We are licensed for forty-three (43) children, aged 18 months to 5 years.
Monthly fees are as follows:
$700 for children ages 18 months until they are potty trained
$650 for all other children
Operating hours are 6:30 a.m.- 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
WEE Learn is a Biblically based curriculum that is broken down into units of study. Each unit will begin with a Bible story followed by a discussion about how it relates to the topic. This unit will be the basis for all of the activities for a couple of weeks. The units are designed to be interesting to children so that incorporating more technical instruction will be exciting in the midst of a topic already loved by the students.
In addition to the WEE Learn curriculum we have:
- Exercise: We get to run, play and explore with Coach Robyn three times a week.
- Promiseland: On the 1st and 3rd Thursdays, Mrs. Toni teaches Preschool Promiseland Chapel, with puppets, interactive media and fun songs. We love Promiseland!
- SonShine Singers: On the 2nd and 4th Thursdays, Mrs. Beth leads us in music. We can't wait to learn about instruments, music theory and worshiping God with our voices and bodies!
The Christian staff is prayerfully committed to each family, as an extension of the child. They are competent and qualified teachers; most have undergraduate degrees or professional child development credentials. Each staff, including regular volunteers who interact with children, is required to pass a criminal background check & be fingerprinted. All staff members are expected to exceed state training and other childcare standards. They are partners in children's learning, there to stimulate and introduce new ideas, set clear and constant limits and be perceptive to differences and shifts in children's moods and needs.